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From Hit) Courier.
.Torn 1'arniclc, president of the Hank
of Commerce, was In town Tuesday
looking after business interests.
Mrs. Viola Cobb has purchased the
Clous Landertfreen property In the
south part of town and took posses
sion this week.
The people of Greenwood are so used
to. Arc that when the sun comes out
from behind a cloud they Krab a bucket
of.water and yell "lire!"
" W. F. Krecklow Is having an addi
tion built to Ills blacksmith shop and
will Install a new 4-horso power gaso
line engine and other needed ma
chinery. Mr. and Mrs. Allie Sandy, who have
been here the past week visiting with
Fred Tapper and family, left Friday
for California where they will make
tLreir future home.
Postmaster O. W. Mayfield went to
Omaha Thursday to meet his brother,
Joseph Maytlcld, of Indiana, whom he
had not seen for more than fort v years.
The Indiana brother was on his way
to Oregon to visit his son. He will
stop here on his return trip.
At the village council meeting
Thursday evening a petition was pre
sented by the otlicers of the Fanners'
Mutual Telephone company of Sarpy
county asking for permit to build into
Louisville. I5y motion the request
was granted under conditions and re
quirements satisfactory to the board.
We know of a mcrchantln this town
who squeals like the devil every time
siLoulsvillian goes out of town to buy
anything that he carries in stock. He
smiles every time the courier prints
an article on home patronage, and
then turns around and orders a batch
of printing from a traveling printer.
Find the moral to this.
The Name Witch Hazel.
.The name Witch Hazel Is much
abused, K. C. DeWitt & Co., Chicago,
aro the inventors of tlfe original and
only genuine Witch Hazel Salve. A
certain cure for Cuts, Rurns, Bruises,
Eczema, Tetter, Piles, etc. There are
many counterfeits of this salve, some
of which are dangerous, while they are
all worthless. In buying Witch Hazel
Salve see that tho name E. C. He Witt
& Co., Chicago, is on the box and a
cure Is certain. Sold by F. G. Frlcke
. Cedar Creek
, , Special CorrcNpunriciu'c.
The wedding bells are ringing In
'"Several farmers In this vicinity are
busy cutting corn stalks, while some
have already sowed some wheat, but
It lias not begun to sprout yet.
- Emll Rclchstadt, an employe of tho
Union Pacific shops at Omaha, was
visiting with his brother, Eugene, last
Philip Stoehr shelled and delivered
his com last Monday. W. 15. Spcnce
did the shelling.
.Tho other night a little loy sat talk
Ing to his mother and asked her "how
long people generally lived." Ills
mother replied, "aliout seventy years."
Then he softly said, "When I am
thirty-five years old, I'll lie half dead,
A good many ducks and geese are
being killed in this neighborhood.
; The weather Is now moderating.
.'Patronize the barbers now by getting
. your hair cut.
" Quite a numlKT of the young folks
from this vicinity attended "Peck's
Had Roy" at the Parmele last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Coon Melslnger moved
Into their new home last Monday.
May their virtues ever spread-like
butter on hot ginger bread.
. A lady whose number of beaux,
Exceeded her lingers and toes,
Said, "Oh, what a plight,
They don't suit me right,"
And to all of them turned up her nose.
Inflammatory Rheumatism Cured.
William Shaffer, a brakeman of hen
nlson, Ohio, was con II tied to his bed
for several weeks with inflammatory
rheumatism. "1 used many remedies'
ho says. "Finally 1 sent to McCaw 's
i drug store for a bottle or C'lmmhcr
' Iain's Ialn Halm, at which time I was
unable to use hand or font, and In one
week's time was able to go to work tis
happy as a clam." 1 or sale by all
From tlip lii-uem.
M. L. Hursh w ho has been very sick
the past two weeks is much letter at
H.G.Wiggins was taken sick last
Friday and Is yet unable to attend to
lils duties in the store.
Miss Luclla Relter departed Monday
morning for Custer county, where she
cipevti to stay until fall. '
Jesse Allen is moving on a farm one
mile north of Ilavclock, this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Rot 1 1 rock moved their
household effects to Auburn this week
where they will reside in the future
Frank McKinney, who was reported
killed in a saw mill about tw o months
ago, struck town Sunday. Rather
Julius and Walter Sack are going t
farm the Erskine place four miles
northwest of Euglc, this year. Won
der If they are going to keep batch.
Last Wednesday as Til lie and Ilulda
Franckc were coming home from lien
net, their horse became frightened and
ran away throw ing them out or me
buggy, the girls were miltc badly
hurt but no bones were broken. The
buggy was not seriously damaged.
Happy, Healthy Children.
Any child can take Little Early
Risers with perfect safety, i hey are
harmless, never gripe or sicken, and
yet they arc so certain In results that
robust constitutions renuiring drastic
means are never disappointed. They
cannot fail to perform their mission
and every one who uses DeWilt's Lit
tie Early Risers prefer them to all
other pills. Tliev cure biliousness
Sold by F. (!. Frlcke & Co.
Krom the UcglsttT.
Rom, Sunday morning Feb. 21st,
Mr. Mrs. R. C. Lyle, a daughter. All
arc happy and well.
Mrs. Keltner returned Wednesday
morning from Kansas, where she was
called by the sickness and deatli of her
Fred Schoemaker's family have all
been uuicc sick witli mumps, Inn,
fever, etc., for tlm.past week, but are
on the road to recovery now.
Charley Stone was hi Nehawka over
night Friday. Charley thinks Murray
a gcod town, but he likes to slip away
once in awhile and taste some of hi
mother's good cooking.
Geo. F. Switzcr, John Murdoch, Asa
Coleman and E. A. Kirkpatrick went
to Weeping Water Monday to assist
Lafayette post In the burial services
of comrade . S. Cnglizer.
Miss Emma Ames, from Montana
is here on a visit to her uncle, Win
Ralfour, and friends of her childhood
She was raised in this neighborhood
and is the daughter of the late Hon
W. R. Ames.
Law son Sheldon lost three head of
fat cattle last week within about two
days. Mr. Jensen, a veterinary from
Weeping Water, was down Friday and
dissected one but at that time he vv;i
unable to say what the trouble was
He took the animal's brain w ith him
to analyze it.
A number of our young men went
to a charivari last Wednesday evening
and they got so full of noise that they
demolished the chimney and othi
parts of the building, j hey arc now
dodging the sheilff as It Is understood
that there has been a warrant issued
for the participants.
Friday a crowd of Nehawka hunte
Joined another crowd from the Avoi
country and made an onslaught on the
wolves cast or liehrns and north
the Weeping Water. Quite a lot
wolves were seen, but only two were
killed. Merman Lohse was the chain
plon shot, bringing down his vvolfe
The other was caught In a trap and
somcuotiy snot it wiin a dub.
nv.viiiii.iui ii j v 1 1 1 i iwig i n n ,
makes rich red blood, Drives out I in
nmitles that haveeolleeted diirliur tin
winter, llollister's itocky Mountain
lea is a family tonic, .li cents. Tea
or tablets. Gering & Co.
Quite a nunilicr of people are mov
ing away from here this spring and
others are coming in. Among those
that moved here are J. L. Young, l.
Murray, Will Manlere and Robert
Herman Gansener returned from his
trip last 1 hursday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Puis were the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Louie hose
Quite a numlier In this nelghlx
hood went to Plattsmouth Thiirsd;
night to sec Pecks Had Poy at the
William Puis, W. II. Puis and ('has
llerren were among the Nehawk
Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Puis visited
the home of Mr. and Mrs. P. A, II
Quite a iiutnWr from this locallt
attended the public sale at Joe Sehr
der s Mummy.
Miss Ida l.eodeeker was a Platts
mouth visitor Monday.
MlssLlv.le Kraeger returned Immr
from Illinois last week, wlier she lis
been making her home for a few yours
l Mtn tlm Kcpubllcikn.
Roy R. Cox was on the 2.th, appoint
ed nt master at M unlock, vice O. 1'.
Mrs. Jehu Newman, who Is lying so
iw at lier home vvtt or town, seems
to lie-naming a little at present, which!
sgoiKl news to lier many friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Martin of Platts-
moiith. rpi-nt Sunday here with Mr. R.
, Mi-Nurlin s family, lhey returned
Inline on Mmidav taking Miss Rosa
McNurlin willi them to visit awhile.
Married at the home of the bride,
wo miles northeast of town, Mr. llar-
I'oty and Miss Una Lorenson on
Wednesday, February l!;i, My at one
clock, Kev. s. l. milium otilciating.
Last Wednesday evening at eight
clock a very pleasant event occurred
it the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chas.
I'hilpot, northeast of town, at which
time Mr. Lee Rrown of Nebraska City,
unil .Miss Lottie I'hilpot were united
In the holy bonds of matrimony, Rev.
Surface of l'lattsmouth officiating.
I'eter Peters died on Saturday, Feb.
, at " n. m., aged 71 years. Mr.
Peters resided on his farm three and a
half miles northeast of Avoca, where
he had lived nearly forty years. He
had not been sick long and our In
formant said that he had a clinking
spell ami died before he could be re
Manager McClain says he has V
telephones in the city now and more
w ill ho put in soon. '1 he exchange at
present, Including city and country,
has :::;.") 'phones. A car of poles has
ore!! on oat led lor another farmers
line and several more cars have been
ordered, lie says they will add about
eighty fanners to their list in the com
Zurah Smith Cogli.er died at the
home of his daughter, Mrs. Albert
Winchel in Albiuiuemue. X. M.. on
Thursday, Feb. 'i after a short Illness
caused by rupture of an artery of the
heart, l lie iioiiy arrived here Monday
morning necompanied by his sons.
William, Charles and Samuel. The
funeral was under the direction of La
fayette Post No. ill, of which deceased
was a member, and was held at the M.
L. church. Comrade (1. H. Moulton
preached the funeral and Interment
was made in the family lot beside the
remains of his wife who died lust
eleven years ago. .
from the Herald.
Miss Mae Vallery of near Mynard,
came over last week and Is the guest
of W. II. Pool's family.
Light cases of scarlet fever arc re
ported at the home of Ed Cole, and
also N. Ilalmes. At the latter place
M iss Mamie is the one attacked.
W. M . Willis is loading his car to be
shipped toGuynion, Oklahoma, where
he has a claim. The family denarted
Tuesday. May good luck go with them.
Mrs. Geo. Tovvie aim Mrs. Clarence
Pool of near Wabash, were renorted
very slek last week for several days
inn bom patients arc now reported
improving. Mrs. Tovvie on occount of
heart trouble, had frequent sinking
Itanium Torrcnee came In last week
from Montana, and visited old friends
for two or three days before leaving
for his home in Tabor, la. Mr. Tor
rcnee lias been hi poor health the past
few years, and spends about half his
time vvilh his children In Montana.
While here he was feeling quite well.
It is with regret we mention that
another of Weeping Water's old stand
by business men, has concluded to dis
pose of his interests here and move
back to t he old home place in Ver
mont. For the past year J. A. Leach
has been in poor health, his complaint
being insomnia and it has come to that
stage thai his health demands an Im
J. S. Thompson and family are go
ing to give Weeping Water the shake.
They will move to Grinnell, Iowa,
about the ltli of this month. Mr.
Thompson's farm is near Grinnell, and
we rat lier think that the charms of
Iowa are also a great attraction, We
are not going to say good-bye however
until the time arrives for Ren might
possibly change his mind.
lion. E. M. Pollard passed through
last Thursday, on his way to Omaha,
and from there he departed for St.
Louis, to make preliminary arrange
ments for Nebraska's fruit exhibit at
the World's fair.
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Kron the Ledger.
John Thacker and Bert Clarence
went to South Omaha Tuesday night
to take a carload of their sheep to the
C. R. Frans moved his family and
household goals to town Wednesday
occupying ttie Stone residence which
he purchased a short time ago.
John T. Pope has disposed of a part
of his land northeast of here, sellim;
120 acres to Creed F. Harris fortliww
and ho acres to Will II. Kainey for
,20O. Mr. l'ope will tarru here this
season ana then move back to Iowa.
Albert Eaton and wife are proud
parents of a tine little lady baby which
registered at their home last Saturday
morning. This was Al's first experi
ence in handling such a precious little
package, but he is learning to walk
the noor and whistle he can t sing.
W. R. Podson finished loading his
goods into the car Wednesday and left
wiin them mat evening for Magnet,
Neb., where they will make their
home, the family to go a few days
later. Mr. iRxisim ana family have
been residents of our villaire many
years, and they have many friends who
regret their departure but wish them
contentment in their new home.
Nathaniel Ilarlcss, who was sent In a
helpless condition to the soldier's home
at Leavenworth a few months ago, ar
rived liome last Saturday morninir
and his physical condition was a very
agreeable surprise to his many friend
When he left here the general belief
was that he would live but a short
time, In fact that was hlsown opinion,
but he now appears good for many
more years of life. Mr. Harless speaks
highly of the kind treatment and good
care he received at the hands of the
officials and nurses at the soldier's
home, but he Is very happy to be home
A boy giving hlsnameas Roy Rogers
seventeen years old, came in on the
north bound train Tuesday evening,
and was a very sick boy when he
reached here. He was without means
and it was evident that unless medl
cal attention was given him very soon
he could not recover, as he was suffer
ing with severe congestion of the
lungs. Provisions were made for his
care at Albln's hotel and County Phy
sician McLeod has been attending
him. He Is now improving and is
thought to be out of danger. He in
formed us he has no relatives living,
and that his last home was in Colorado
but for the last three years he has had
no home. He is an Intelligent boy,
and docs not bear the mark of being a
tramp Just an unfortunate lad left
without a home to light life's battles
alone, with poverty and great odds
It Saved His Leg.
P. A. Panforth of LaGrange, Ga.,
suffered for six months with a frlght-
iui running sore on ins leg; but writes
that Uucklen's Arnica Salve whollv
cured it In five days. For Ulcers,
wounas, rues, it's the best sa ve n
the world. Cure guaranteed. Only 25c.
Sold by F. G. Frlcke & Co.
Krom the Leader-Echo.
Roy B. Cox was appointed postmas
ter at jviuroocK ten. 20, vice O. P.
Emery Brant went to Oklahoma
Tuesday, and if he succeeds in tindim?
a suitable place, the family thinks of
Harmond Beck and wife were up
fc r mt 1 a .
irum wurray inursciay or last week
celebrating Mr. Heck's 34th birthday
anniversary m me oia nome near
Mrs. W. B. Parks of Bancroft came
in last Saturday for a week's visit at
the home of her daughter, Mrs. Tom
McCartney, after which she will leave
lor ner new nome at Kearney, Neb,
Will (.crbellng and wife, Henry
TXT -1.1 1 t m J
ueiueman ana wire ana Henry tier
beling left this week for Nora, Ante
lope county, where thev have pur
chased land and will make their furure
home. May success crown their ef
Geo. Bonomcir, of near Murdock, a
brother of Will Bonemler residing two
miles north of Klmwood, died at a
hospital in Omaha Wednesday. He
had been operated on about a week
previous for appendicitis but did not
get along very well. Funeral services
win be held Saturday afternoon.
Elmer, the six year old son of Clark
Schrcve, while playing with the
hatchet in his tool chest Saturday,
managed to almost cut off the fore-
linger of his left hand Just back of the
nan. nr. iNcclcv was ca ed and
studied the tingcr together, and It is
now noing nicely wilti but little dan
gcrof losing It.
Mrs. Amanda Hall, mother of Chas,
P. Hall, died at her son's home south
west of Klmwood Wednesday night of
lastwecK, irorn neart railure coupled
with an attack of the grip. Deceased
was W years and 4 days. Funeral ser
vices were held from the home Sun-
day morning, conducted by Rev. J. C.
street, the remains were taken to
Wyoming, Neb., for Interment.
J. II. Loudermllk and Clias.S. Stone
were attending to business in Omaha
Mrs. J. W. Holmes, Oussle and Flem
ing Kobb, A. L. Baker, Dr. E. A.
Walker, J. II. Loudermllk, Polly Old
ham and Chas. Stone attended Miss
Hopping'8 dance In Plattsmouth last
Postmaster A. L. Baker was trans
acting business In Omaha last Satur
Fleming and nuch Robh attended
a party In Plattsmouth Monday night
at toe nome oi miss Mina iierolu.
Cards are mt announcing the mnr-
rlageof Miss Nellie Allison, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Allison, to Mr.
jonn ii. j. iiasenyagcr of Tecuinseh,
J. M. Stone of Nehawka, was visit
ing wiin ins son, li. u., Saturday
uiKut ami nunuay.
James M. Manner, rural carrier on
Route No. 4, was taken suddenly sick
Monday nluht with c ramus of the
stomach. J im Is much belter at this
Dr. (i. II. Gllmorc was attending to
proiessionai ousiness in Nehawka on
i ucsuay arternoon.
Mont Robb went to Wvomlnu Sun
day to sco his mother who h
con lined to her bed for aliout four
weeks. Mont reports her much better.
To Cure A Cold In One Day.
Take Laxative Uromo Quinine Tab
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If it falls to cure. E, W. Grove's sig
nature on each box, 2
In the future send me Graham
Crackers, only in air tight pack
ages bearing this trade mark of
the National Biscuit Company
in red and white, on each end of
From tlie Kiitcrprlsi'.
I. .Xeill nnil f.nnllu loft Vmli,neln
for California whern tlmv will muL-o
their future home.
Mr. N. S. flut lernf Ci-ppnlli.ld lvt
came here Sunday to attend the fun
eral of his brother. Mrs. Cutler ac
companied hiin home Tuesday.
Dennis Dowd bad four rntt.ln llltoil
by a B. & M. liver K:itiirrl:iv Tim it
& M. has killed Dennis' stock for the
last thirty years.
Mrs. Marion Atliprtnn nf sa-M
Mo., returned to Cwenwrxul fnrpnnrt.
of the week. Her husband is driving
through and they will make their
II. Flood of Red Oak. la., tmu nnr.
chased the meat market business and
building rrom W. W. Watkins and
took charge Tuesday morning. He has
moved his family anil household goods
Into the Weideman property.
In order to build up a town business
men should pull together and work
for the advancement of any enterprise
that Is for the betterment or the town.
There are a few moss-backs around
here who kick on everything that
comes our way but thank goodness
they don't cut much ice.
Greenwood is now in a position to
move to the front as it never has lie
fore. Dan Kelley says he will furnish
part of the cash to build a grist mill
and put in an electric lighting plant
for the town. Can our people afford
to pass this up? Mr. Scares, of Ash
land, has agreed to build a two story
brick on his lot where the frame build
ing burned down, if other parties will
to build on the lots west of his. Now
Is the time to act. The electric line
will soon be here. Push it along. Mr.
W. It. Mitchell expects to build a brick
40xli0 feet to be used as a hl.-wL-mit h
shop, wagon shop and feed mill. Kn-
Eight acres of land, block west of
M. P. Depot; good live room house,
barn, wells and other Improvements.
Plenty of fruit of all kinds. For fur
ther particulars callonioriaddress,
II. G. Stoli., Plattsmouth.
Notice of Final Settlement.
State or Nkiihahka, I UJ , .
CiisC(mnly. V- I" County Court:
In tin- mill tcr of tho estate of Fn-ili-rli-k 1
' Oi-orui' .1. Stolilmiiiin. Wllllum J. SUililnmnn.
r n'diTli'K A. Mililiimiin. ImiImi Kupkp. An
drew Stolilmitiiii, Aim-llii Sloliliiiiitin. Aiiirunt
A. M. .Illinium, unil Henry O. Stoliliiiunn. a
minor, ami nil other ersoim Interested Insuhl
entute ure herehy noilMed linn uixm I lie ioth
day of I'elirnury, lloi, kunileftiintlii suihl
niiiim. HilinlnUtriitrlx of wild estiite tiled In
mid court her llniil reiort mid iielllloii for
Hnill settlement of MtUI eslute; iriiylnK decree
of HHslKiiiiient of the residue of said estiite
real unil iiersoniil In eiinl iro(ortlons to
Unilsii Kiipke. AiiKiist A.. Amellii. and Henry
C. SUihlmiinn. sulijeet to the statutory rlnhn
of the widow of said defeased. A liearlnir
will In- had on suld report and iietltlon at the
roiinly court room ut I'lattsiiuuith, In Cass
county. Nehritsku, on the unt ii day of March.
llM). nt 10 o'clock a. in., mid If you fall to iiii-m-ar
at said time and oliject. to the proceed
lints the court may settle said ri'inirt and as
sign said iiroM-rty as prayed and (llschtirtro
the ailmlnlsl nil rl.
Witness my hand anil olllclnl seal at I'luUs
niuuth, this Oith day of I'eliruiirv, A. II.. Iim4.
II A 11 V l. Y f. TltAVIH,
Notice to Creditors.
Statu or Nciiiiahka. i , .
t'UM County. ( ss 1,1 County Court:
In tho mutter of tlm csuto (,f Uoftllit'h
TsTdTJCK Is liftvliy itlvrti Unit tho civilltors
' of oiiiil tlivciiM'ii mi't t tlu AiIiiiIiiIm
trntir of milil fMitti'. Iicforu mi'. County
JticluiMifl iisHi-oumy.Ni'liriiikH.iit. Hir rouiity
court room In riiillMnouth, In on I, I niiinty, on
llii' tlilnl iliiy of .linn-. A. II.. IW4, mill nn thu
tlilrcl iliiyofSfjiti'inlMT. I'.HU, ut ten oVIork it.
m., 'iii'li iliiy, for I hi' inriM of iiri'si'ntlnir
thi'lr rlitlniK fiircxiiiiiliiiitliin, inlJiiHiiiii'iit nml
Hllimiuii'i'. Six month it r, ullowril fur the
iTiilltop, of Milil ili'i'tMlM'if to previa their
rlHlnn. mill one yenr for the iiiliiilulsi nitor to
nettle Milil eiliile, from the ilrtl iliiy of .Murcli
Witness my Iniinl unit the seiil of milil nulli
ty court, ut I'liiitsinoiiili. NcliriiNkn, this aril
diiy of March, I'.mi. IIakvkt U. TiiAVnt,
l"r Al. County Juiluc
Notice to Creditors.
Hlitle of Nelimskii, I
Cii County. i" In t'oiintv r.
In the mutter of the iMiiteof durum VV. Iliir-
KTOI K h h hereby given Unit the rreriltiw
of slllil ilecense,! will (, t, i,imM,.
tmtorof siihl estuie. Nfore me. C I v. Indue
of diss county. Nebrnskn. m tl unl'y curt
rooin.ln I'liiltsiiiiiiiih, In mi, couiny in tM.
Ulli (lay of April, bail, unil on the lull d.iy ,,f
.eilenils r Iim4.nl III o'clock n. m .eitch ibiv f.ir
the liiirt f present in th, lr claims fi.rev-
Htnlnalloii. itillustment hihI allowance,
fix moiilhs are alloweil fori he creditor of
"-' 'I ("sent their claim,, ami one
year for the ioliiihiKlr.il. .r In settle sulil is
tale, from the l.'lli ilav of Mar. Ii. Iul
VV Itness tnv liaml Hint rl of sulci county
.ourt. nt I'laiistiMiiith, .Nebraska, this li.tli
day of I i'1'ru iry, bsii.
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Never before known to medical science, a drug discovered by Dr. Don, of
London, England, one of the greatest known specialists on diseases of Kid
neys and Urinary Organs, discovered by him during his travels In the Philip
A. SURE CURE
For all Kidney diseases, viz: Irritation of the Bladder, Scanty Urine, Ilrlght's
Disease, Rheumatism, Dropsy, Nervousness and Lost Manhood. Quick acting,
positive and speedy cure.
Satisfaction Guaranteed or Money Refunded
Manufactured only by
Dr. Don Remedy Company
For Sale by Your Druggist. Price 50c and $1.00
Mail Orders for Sl.00 Size Filled Promptly.
For Mail Orders Address Omaha, Nebraska.
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